Archive - Feb 3, 2014
Oktibbeha County residents have two more weeks to nominate a charity for a chance to win a $5,000 donation through the Greater Starkville Development Partnershipâ€™s second Restaurant Week March 17-23.
Tickets are on sale today for season ticketÂholders of the Starkville Community Theatreâ€™s upcoming production of the classic Southern tale, â€śSteel Magnolias,â€ť set for Feb. 13 - 16 and 18 - 22 at the Playhouse on Main. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and will be on sale for the general public Saturday.
Paula Mabryâ€™s dedication to theatre has made a mark that, some say, completely transformed Starkvilleâ€™s theatre scene.
Mississippi State guard Jerica James never knows when her number will be called.
James knows she has to be ready whenever that time comes.
When starting point guard and senior Katia May picked up her third foul early in the second half of Sunday's game against Georgia, James' services were very much needed.
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray has really lacked a leader in his first two seasons in Starkville.
No one really grabbed the role last season and this season there have been some who look like they could but never did.
The only exception to that notion is I.J. Ready.
The true freshman point guard was recruited because of his leadership abilities and it's evident when you speak with him.
MABEN â€“ One of the best basketball players in the surrounding area might also be one of the least known.
Listed among the young roster at West Oktibbeha is senior Kadarius Yates, who this season alone averages 26.6 points, 14.7 rebounds and 4.1 blocks per game.
There was a winner and there was a loser during Sunday night's Super Bowl in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
At the First Baptist Church Outreach Center in Starkville, everyone present were winners.
The church hosted a Super Bowl party and at halftime of the game, the group gathered received motivational message from former Starkville High School and Mississippi State linebacker Edward Yeates.